Gravenhurst YMCA - Adult Fitness Workshops | YMCA of Simcoe/Muskoka
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In addition to our regular adult fitness classes, we offer various workshops each season depending on the needs of our members. Registration is required, which ensures smaller group sizes, and of course encourages accountability on your part! A nominal fee is also required for most of the workshops, as indicated below. Call or visit your YMCA Location for details on dates and cost for each workshop.

Winter / Spring 2015 at the Gravenhurst YMCA

FIT CAMP $
This 10 week registered program will help you gain control of and develop a healthy active lifestyle incorporating how to establish good eating habits and progressive yet FUN workouts.  Each week will include a discussion segment and a workout that will help you learn how to create balance between nutrition and exercise, with measurable goal setting and resources to take with you.

AQUA BOOT CAMP
A boot camp style class plus water that equals a total body tune up. This class will out you through your paces in an interactive military style workout incorporating circuit style intervals including cardio and strength training.

JUMP ROPE
A great add on to any cardio workout! Learn basic jump rope moves and then progress to more advanced moves when you are ready. This class will help improve your cardio endurance and coordination.

PILATES FOR WINTER CONDITIONING
This ‘mat work’ workshop focuses on strengthening your core, as well as increasing flexibility and endurance. Pilates is also a great way to increase strength, improve posture and coordination, and synchronize mind & body.

T.I.M.E
TIME – Together in Movement and Exercise, with support of the Government of Ontario.  If you live with mobility challenges due to stroke, brain injury, Parkinson’s, MS or other conditions, T.I.M.E can help you improve your: Fitness, balance, confidence and energy.  This is a registered community-based exercise program designed by physiotherapists at the Toronto Rehab Institute for adults with mobility challenges.  Participants must be able to walk at least 10 meters with or without an assistive device such as a walker or cane.